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ago. finally tonight, just a friendly reminder, it is tax day. a new study from a group called the national taxpayer advocate using confidential tax data for being most likely to fudge on their returns. some of the hot bed areas, los angeles, san francisco, houston, atlanta and washington, d.c. and some of the top small businesses that raise red flags are construction companies, real estate rental firms because they tend to write off so much. so, there's so much going on there, that we have to keep an eye on those tax cheats. >> first, you got to file your taxes. >> and hurry up. you've got until midnight. thanks for watching. >> i'm bill griffin. have a great evening. we'll see you tomorrow.
and the challenges they're facing in the months ahead. >> the combination of tax liens and higher revenue drove two of the country's largest airlines to post a rare profit in the first quarter. >> delta air lines, excluding charges it earned 10 cents a share on revenue of $8.5 billion. by the way, this is the first profitable first quarter in over a decade for delta. >> meanwhile, u.s. airways beat the street earning 31 cents a share on revenues of under 3.4 billion. the combination of tighter capacity and higher load factors meant they were lower in the first quarter and fuel prices also help the bottom line. executive it is for the airline expressed concerns due to the faa furloughs impacting their business in the second and third quarters. with more delays expected some on wall street are worried the sequester could warn potential airline customers not to fly. >> people get to vote their vacation dollars however they want and they see that it's a hassle to fly more than it's normally a hassle to fly and they may vote and, you know, differently and with lower gasoline price s they might get peopl
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